Vinnie Jones and Don Michael Paul, March 21, 2012

21.3.2012 | comments

The actor Vinnie Jones and director Don Michael Paul visited “Slavi’s Show” hours after they finished shooting the action movie “Company of Heroes”. The movie is based on a computer game and tells a story about a group of soldiers who get caught up in Nazi Germany with a secret mission – to bring a scientist and his daughter outside the country. The director shared that Vinnie kills a great amount of Nazis in this movie.

“We’ve been working 14 hour days. We wrapped our last shot today, jumped in the car and rushed to get here in time for the show, we didn’t want to let you down” explained Vinnie Jones. For his recent stay in Bulgaria he added with satisfaction – “There are many bars and clubs that weren’t here the last time.”

About his absolute record for the fastest yellow card received – 3 seconds after entering the game Jones sceptically said: “3 seconds? I think it was faster…” The actor shared that he moved to Los Angeles so he can get roles easily and he relaxes by playing golf. Jones revealed he expects to learn details about an upcoming movie where he will partner with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone.

In the course of the conversation the host Slavi Trifonov received an attractive proposal by Don Michael Paul to participate in his next film “Rhythm of the Heart” which turned out be a dance movie. Slavi’s role would be to dance surrounded by beautiful girls and tell one of them “Make my day”. The host immediately tried to bring a change in the script with an idea while dancing just like that to kill someone. One could say that at first reading it wasn’t accepted by the director, who jokingly said: “Slavi, why are you so obsessed with shooting? You have issues.”

Vinnie Jones was born in Watford, England, on January 5, 1965. He first came to public notice as a professional footballer, playing in the English Football League. He has played for Wimbledon, Leeds United, Sheffield United, Chelsea, and Queens Park Rangers. Internationally, he played for Wales, qualifying for that nationality through his grandparents. He made his first acting appearance in the British comedy/thriller Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) at the age of 33, although he had previous presented a video on football’s hard men (for which he was censured by the Football Association.)


2010 – Age of the Dragons
2009 – Year One
2009 – The Heavy
2008 – Hell Ride
2008 – Midnight Meat Train
2007 – Strength and Honour
2006 – X-Men: The Last Stand
2006 – She’s The Man
2004 – Survive Style +5
2003 – Tooth
2001 – Mean Machine
2001 – Swordfish
2001 – Night at the Golden Eagle
2000 – Gone in Sixty Seconds
2000 – Snatch
1998 – Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

Don Michael Paul grew up in Laguna Beach, California. He attended California State University, Fullerton where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Arts. He juggled his time acting on stage while working as a bellman at the Sheraton Newport Beach Hotel. During this time, he starred in over 50 commercials, working with some of the great directors. After college, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of making movies. Don’s most known for his performance as Young Wright in the Kurt Russell, Kelly McGillis movie “Winter People”. His feature film directing career began with his screenplay “Half Past Dead,” which he made for Screen Gems and Clint Culpepper. His second film “The Garden” stars Lance Henriksen and Sean Young and premiered at “The Brussels International Film Festival” in March of 2006.